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Friendless Childhoods Explain War

Friendless Childhoods Explain War uses the author's groundbreaking discoveries working with the UK's most dangerous offenders to cast an expert eye over international conflict.
£16.50
Publisher: Waterside Press
ISBN: 9781914603396
Author Dr Bob Johnson
Pub Date 04/07/2023
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Friendless Childhoods Explain War uses the author's groundbreaking discoveries working with the UK's most dangerous offenders to cast an expert eye over international conflict. All such violence, he contends, is born of childhood experiences that lead to adult anger, grievance and revenge. From Toddler Thinking to Nursery Nightmares and Guff Disease the book lays bare prevailing thought on violent conflict - which should be avoided by building truth, trust and consent from an early age - not instilling seeds of hate that continue into adulthood. The author cites Mein Kampf, George Orwell, Shakespeare and his own professional records to show how negative experiences in childhood can lead to unspeakable adult acts of violence, even war. In a radical re-appraisal of the darkest side of human nature that no citizen or policymaker should ignore, he warns us that 'No-one is safe (or sane) unless we are all safe (or sane).'